WorldSkills Shanghai 2021

46th WORLDSKILLS COMPETITION: MASTER SKILLS CHANGE THE WORLD

WORLDSKILLS SHANGHAI 2021 - SEPTEMBER 22 to 27, 2021

WHAT IS IT?

The WorldSkills Competition is the largest and most influential skills competition in the world. It
represents the best of international excellence in skilled trades and technologies. Every two years, young competitors from around the globe gather at the WorldSkills Competition, with the goal of earning the title of world champion in their Skill Area. These competitors represent the best of their peers and have earned a spot on their country’s team through dedication and hard work. At the WorldSkills Competition, competitors will participate in simulated real work challenges, and will be judged against international quality standards. The 46th WorldSkills Competition will be held in September 2021 in Shanghai, China.

WHY IS IT HAPPENING?

The WorldSkills Competition inspires youth to discover the many careers that are available in the skilled trade and technology sectors. With an increasing demand for skilled workers, the trade and technology sectors represent a lucrative and exciting career path for youth around
the world.

Throughout the Competition, stakeholders from industry, government, and education are provided with the opportunity to exchange information and best practices regarding industry and professional education at networking events and thought-provoking conferences.

ABOUT WORLDSKILLS SHANGHAI 2021:

More than 1,300 competitors from up to 82 Member countries and regions will compete in over 50 Skill Areas representing six sectors:

— Manufacturing and Engineering Technology
— Information and Communication Technology
— Construction and Building Technology
— Transportation and Logistics
— Creative Arts and Fashion
— Social and Personal Services

The Competition takes place in front of over 100,000 spectators.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT: WORLDSKILLS2021.COM


See Other Competitions:

Skills Canada National Competition WorldSkills Competition Provincial/Territorial Competitions